Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 1, 2007 -- Reprints Desk announced today that Oxford Journals, a division of Oxford University Press, has signed an agreement that enables Reprints Desk to deliver PDFs of individual journal articles from the list of approximately 200 journal titles published by Oxford University Press.
"We are happy to extend rights to Reprints Desk because we can reach into pockets of the biopharmaceutical market that we may not be able to penetrate ourselves," said Fiona Bennett, Head of Library Sales and Business Development for Oxford Journals.
"We are very pleased to be working with Oxford University Press," said Jan Peterson, Head of Publisher Relations for Reprints Desk. "OUP is one of the most prestigious scientific publishers in the world, and our agreement with them helps us reach our goal of helping our customers access content in a workflow-friendly and copyright compliant manner."
Reprints Desk provides full-service article delivery that allows customers to order published articles via the means that works best for them. Reprints Desk's article delivery service is an enterprise alternative to individual credit card purchases of articles, and can be integrated with existing databases and online subscriptions. The Reprints Desk service provides access to both online journals and physical library collections. Articles are delivered in their original format and color, either as a PDF or a professionally printed hardcopy, with no extra charge for color. Reprints Desk provides fast turn-around and integrated data management and reporting capabilities.
About Reprints Desk
Reprints Desk is an innovative new content re-purposing company focused on medical and scientific publishing. The company was formed in 2006 by content professionals with over 50 years of experience serving customers and publishers in healthcare. Reprints Desk offers reprints, ePrints, single article delivery, and related data management solutions.
About Oxford University Press
Oxford University Press (OUP), a department of the University of Oxford, is the world's largest and most international university press. Founded in 1478, it currently publishes more than 4,500 new books a year, has a presence in over fifty countries, and employs some 3,700 people worldwide. It has become familiar to millions through a diverse publishing programme that includes scholarly works in all academic disciplines, bibles, music, school and college textbooks, children's books, materials for teaching English as a foreign language, business books, dictionaries and reference books, and journals. Read more about OUP at http://www.oup.com